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if you need access to the request parameters, the route name, or the route object itself, use RouteMatch.

like for example a user ID, you can access the data using:

 $request->attributes->get('_raw_variables')->get('user') 

or better you should inject the 'current_route_match' service or you can use \Drupal::routeMatch()

Example

 $route_match->getRawParameters('user') 

 

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